File:Molecular Dynamics Simulation of the Hydrophobic Solvation of Argon.webm

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English: A molecular dynamics simulation to illustrate the hydrophobic effect. A single argon atom is fixed at the origin. Water molecules (TIP4P model) within 5 Å of this solute are show, as are the hydrogen bonds between them (red dashed lines). This video illustrates the more ordered hydrogen bonding network of waters around a non-polar solute that causes a negative entropy of solvation.
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Author Christopher Rowley


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